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Is it really ok to wear black to a wedding?

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Please reassure that it is ok to wear black to a wedding. I am going to one tomorrow and having been talked out of wearing a boring Boden wrap dress I am now planning to wear a black heavy jersey sundress style dress with blue beading under the bust and a blue pashmina to brighten it up a bit. Sure it's not a no no?

Dragonbutter Fri 29-Aug-08 20:39:49

i wear black to weddings.
but then i wore green for my own.
wear what you look good in.

RedHead81 Fri 29-Aug-08 20:40:40

no its fine - Many people wear black to weddings - besides you have blue on it too - don't worry - have a fab day

S1ur Fri 29-Aug-08 20:41:01

Think it sounds fine.

LuLuMacGloo Fri 29-Aug-08 20:41:10

Absolutely fine as long as you brighten it up with something.

Thanks, my other option, in pink, just wasn't doing it for me. smile

mazzystar Fri 29-Aug-08 20:45:05

so long as you don't turn up looking like this it's fine

especially with a bit of colour

fret not

Damn Mazzy, looks like its the pink one after all.

RedHead81 Fri 29-Aug-08 20:55:38

mazzystar LOL @ link!

PinkyDinkyDooToo Fri 29-Aug-08 21:12:40

I wore a black dress to a wedding once. I had a gold pashmina. Agree with others that it is fine with a bit if bright colour too

TillyScoutsmum Fri 29-Aug-08 21:14:19

I agree - black at weddings is fine. I wore black and white to the last wedding I went to

Have fun smile

snickersnack Fri 29-Aug-08 21:20:56

I have a lovely black dress with white spots I've worn to lots of weddings. Never felt awkward. All black might be a bit strange, but your combo sounds lovely.

I've worn black twice, (with a bit a white).

Made it myself [proud emoticon].

Back from the wedding and had a lovely time, black was no an issue because almost all the ladies were in black! (It was a small wedding admittedly)And there I was thinking that I might stand out grin

NorkyButNice Sun 31-Aug-08 17:36:51

Black is fine for weddings - my bridesmaids were in black and they looked fantastic!

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